200 East Brady Building Wins Preservation Award

Tom Wallace, owner of the 200 East Brady Building, has been honored by the Tulsa Preservation Commission at Tulsa’s first Citywide Preservation Celebration at Centennial Park.
As a result of Wallace’s vision, an old dilapidated building at 200 East Brady was revitalized into an office space.
Constructed as a grocery warehouse in the 1920’s, the long-vacant edifice is now home to Wallace Engineering. The design team was able to preserve the original brick-and-concrete structure and its character. The building utilizes the entire structural frame, roof and floors of the original building, and 75 percent of the exterior envelope, including the windows, which were polished and refinished. A crumbling facade was replaced with a wall of glass reminiscent of the Bauhaus era of architecture, the period when the warehouse was originally constructed.
The design team for the project included Selser Schaefer Architects, Phillps & Bacon, Wallace Engineering, Jacob Braun Company, K&M Shillingford, and Walsh Associates.

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